THE SMART GIRL’S MAKE-UP BAG

From spring clean­ing your make-up bag to re­fresh­ing your skin­care rou­tine, here’s what to save and shed for the new sea­son. Re­mem­ber: hoard­ing does not bring happiness!

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No­body knows de­clut­ter­ing like queen of clean Vicky Sil­ver­thorn. She is a pro­fes­sional or­gan­iser, af­ter all (hav­ing founded younee­davicky.com)! Here are her top tips for stream­lin­ing your beauty stash like a pro…

Start by gath­er­ing all your beauty prod­ucts. Lay ev­ery­thing out in front of you and sort into cat­e­gories. This way you get to see ex­actly what you do and don’t have.

Once you’ve or­gan­ised all your prod­ucts, put away all the ones that are full or un­used to en­sure you use the ones that are al­ready open first. This stops you from over­load­ing your make-up bag or bath­room cab­i­nets with mul­ti­ple half-empty bot­tles of the same thing.

Stick to one small area for spare prod­ucts. Only al­low your­self to have one shelf or small bas­ket that you can fill with re­place­ment sham­poos etc. The smaller the space is, the less likely you are to hoard.

MAC Clearly MAC Trio, £31 Best for trav­el­ling! Breeze through air­port se­cu­rity with­out the need to faff about with those an­noy­ing plas­tic bags.

Char­lotte Til­bury Make-up Bag , £32

£70 Cos­metic Bag, Ipho­ria

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